Category Science

Trails in the Sky: Contrails or Chemtrails?

I must admit that back in the nineties, I listened to Art Bell quite a bit on the radio.  He did a nightly talk show called Coast to Coast AM, which started at midnight and continued for hours, until about 5 AM if memory serves.  This was no problem for me because I was working […]

Rosetta Spacecraft Prepares to Send Lander to Comet

Early tomorrow morning, a spacecraft that was launched more than ten years ago will, with any luck, achieve the first landing on a comet.  The European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft was launched in March 2004, and has had a long journey.  During several orbits around the sun, Rosetta has completed four slingshot maneuvers to boost […]

Could Religion Survive Proof of Extraterrestrial Intelligence?

  The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. ~ Psalms 19:1   If indisputable evidence were discovered that there is intelligent life somewhere else in the universe, how would that affect all the major world religions?  That’s the subject of a new book by David Weintraub, called Religions and […]

NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Getting Closer to Pluto

  The morning of January 19th, 2006 started much like any other morning; I had my coffee, read the newspaper, then browsed the internet to see what was new in the world.  As soon as I noticed a small news item announcing the launch of the New Horizons mission that morning, I clicked the link […]

The Mars One Project

When I was a kid back in the sixties, it only took watching a couple of episodes of Lost in Space to get my attention.  I remember it aired each Wednesday night at 7:30 and you can be sure I was in place and ready for it to come on the television.  With the debut […]